Sales, installation, and repair services
A home power outage can range from a momentary inconvenience to days-long devastation.
In either case, it is unbelievably convenient to have a powerful standby generator that automatically triggers on during an outage to keep your home’s heating, cooling, refrigeration, and lighting operating at comfortable capacity — whether anyone is home or not.
A whole-house generator is far superior to a portable generator for a number of reasons:
Getting the correct generator requires knowledgeable advice
As with the story of The Three Little Bears, you need a home generator that’s not too big, not too small, but just right. That may sound simplistic, but you would be surprised at how many homeowners get the wrong generator for the wrong reasons.
We very accurately measure the power demands of your particular appliances and systems, and discuss various options that allow additional energy operations during blackouts.
As a result, you will be able to consider good/better/best scenarios that offer more comfort at various price points. We will also advise you of any leading manufacturers that may be offering sales or rebates at the time of your purchase, to help drive down your costs.
Installers who understand gas lines and generators
You’ve got to know what you’re doing when you install a home generator — not just any contractor is properly equipped to handle the complexities of the job.
Fortunately, we know how to run gas lines and connect the generator to your home safely. When the job is done, your installer will go over all work that was done and discuss proper maintenance for your new unit.
Do you know others who would enjoy this service?
Let your friends and family know about our home generator services — and if they become Hometown Comfort customers, you will earn a $50 credit toward your next Hometown fuel delivery!
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Contact us today for trustworthy advice, competitive pricing, and professional service for all your heating oil and propane fuel and equipment needs.